Helen Senior Tour Guide

Helen studies Advertising in Tallinn University and loves organizing events, concerts and festivals. She will probably be a head of a PR-firm or an event organizing company in the next few years.

Over time her wide range of hobbies have included playing the violin and zither (we had to google that, too), singing in a choir and dancing hip-hop.

Helen has lived in both Denmark and Greece and loves travelling. When Helen is doing regular every-day tasks she will probably be mumbling and making up song lyrics. She is unfazed by sunsets, but really enjoys watching the moon (we are unsure, but she might just be a very friendly vampire).

Helen loves to get to know people and make sure her tour is not just a tour, but a day out with friends.

Tours Helen is Doing

What people say about Helen

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"Beautiful Day with Awesome Helen and Uku"

It was fun traveling with Helen and Uku. Helen showed us nice spots in Tallinn and we got to know the stories behind the sights. That makes them so much more special! They were friendly and were great company. We saw glimpses of the Sound Festival. Uku showed us a great restaurant for us to grab a bite. Lastly Helen took some great photos of us!

"Amazing!"

The tour was great and our guide Helen was an absolute delight. Her stories and storytelling really brought the spooky history back to life. Thank you so much!

"Great tour of Old Town with Helen"

We had a very good tour of Tallinn Old Town with Helen. She did an amazing job explaining Estonian history and the significance of things we were seeing. We had a personal tour with her, which I would highly recommend. Beyond seeing the key points in the Old Town, she gave us great advice on other places to see in Tallinn on our trip. I'd also state that she is passionate about her country and her town and this really translates in her tour.

"Eat your heart away! "

The food tour was great...Helen was not only tried her best to explain about food but also gave an interesting overview of Estonian Culture...restaurants/eateries selected for the tour were great too... overall it was fun and would definitely recommend it to every first time visitor.

"Five very different food stops through an up and coming neighbourhood - we were very full!"

We were the only two on this tour with Helen, a friendly, outgoing and knowledgeable guide. We enjoyed blinis with whitefish roe, sour cream and sprats at Poppy Seeds, followed by a very filling visit to the pastry shop where we had TWO huge pastries each! The next stop was a main meal with chicken and pork shashlik in a Russian pub - quite an experience. Very very full now, we visited a renovated market to buy some Kalev sweets to take home. The last stop was at a modern pub where we enjoyed a typical dessert made of ground grain, berries and whipped cream washed down by Vana Tallinn liqueurs. This was a good tour seeing a Tallinn suburb where we observed regeneration sympathetic to local character and went to eateries we would not have visited on our own. We thought that the food was good, though I have to say that the pastries at the second stop were too much! Heleen was a lovely, outgoing and sociable young woman - our experience was enhanced by her enthusiasm and interest in us.

"Very humorous, learned many interesting facts"

I really enjoyed free walking tour in Tallinn with Helen, she was very humorous and told us many interesting facts about Tallinn. Beer for Helen!

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